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20 Classes Figure Drawing Every 4th Tuesday February - June 6-8 p.m. Throughout history artists have drawn from a model. This practice not only builds valuable eyehand coordination but helps to hone skills in observation. Line shadow form shape tone balance its all there in the human figure. Join fellow artists for an evening in the studio drawing from life. There is no need to register for this drop-in class. Just show up and enjoy drawing with other artists. There will be a monitor on hand to guide the class. The fee is 10 per session. Model fee included. Bring your own materials pencil charcoal pastels paper. Basic Photographic Techniques Wednesdays March 2 - April 6 6 sessions 6-8 p.m. Instructor Larry Rees Studio 3 110 Members 135 Non-Members Learn how to use your new camera This intensive workshop will cover a broad range of valuable information for photogra- phers how to use your equipment compositionlightingpre- sentation and traditional darkroomdigital darkroomMacro photo. Also included will be brief lectures and off-site field trips. Participants can use either 35 mm or digital cameras. IntermediateAdvanced Photographic Techniques Thursdays February 25 - March 31 6 sessions 6-8 p.m. Instructor Larry Rees Studio 3 110 Members 135 Non-Members Hold onto your hat this class will be full of valuable learning. A quick review of camera operations and camera controls will enable participants to explore the use of filters for color and black white including how to make filters. Working with and without shadows and reflections will be explored as well as use of studio lighting and posing techniques. And of course being able to see and get the photo you want Hand Building and Wheel Throwing for Adults Mondays February 29 - April 18 8 sessions 6-8 p.m. Instructor Kathleen Kneafsey Studio 4 180 Members 205 Non-Members If you have never touched clay or love it so much that you cant get enough of it then this is the class for you. All levels are welcome as participants will have the chance to explore a wide variety of methods used to create both functional as well as sculptural ceramic pieces. New techniques will be demonstrated each week to introduce and improve skills through the use of the potters wheel extruder slab roller and various hand-building methods. Surface decoration and glazing techniques will also be explored with the use of colored slips and glazes. Students will complete their work by experiencing various firing methods utilizing the electric kilns as well as the gas kiln. First 25 lbs of clay is included in class price. Additional clay is 1025 lbs. Open Studio Wednesdays March 2 - April 20 and May 11 - June 15 6-8 p.m. Monitor Kathleen Kneafsey Studios 4 5 15 per evening Take a break at the end of your hectic day and make some art Open Studio welcomes artists to work on their own utilizing the museums facilities equipment and open studio space. If you are interested in pottery then Studio 4 is the place for you with potters wheels a slab roller an extruder glazing materials and more. Clay is 1025 lbs. If you are interested in printmak- ing then you will want to be in Studio 5 with the printing press. And if you want to just make art in the company of fellow artists then come along join in the fun and share the space. Creativity with Clay Sundays February 21 - March 13 4 sessions 2-4 p.m. Instructor Kathleen Kneafsey Studio 4 65 Members 80 Non-Members Middle schoolhigh school What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than elbow-deep in clay Students will learn all the methods of hand building as well as how to throw on the potters wheel. Throughout this four-week class there will be lots of opportunities for building skills in clay and self-expression through making and decorating your unique creations. All materials included in price. Homeschool Art Light Clay Action Wednesdays March 2 - March 23 4 sessions 11 a.m.-1230 p.m. Instructor Kathleen Kneafsey Studios 4 5 45 Members 65 Non-Member 15 each additional child In this session students will make their own pinhole cameras utilizing light to create images. Working as teams they will also venture into the world of claymation and create their own stop- motion animation short films. Saturday KidsArt for children K-5th grades Every Saturday 1 - 3 p.m. Instructors Shelby Spence Grace Skiles Zoe Myers Studio 5 Saturday KidsArt is the place to be to enjoy adventures in cre- ativity and self-expression. Kids bring your parents and grand- parents and have a great time FREE thanks to the generous sponsorship of Cabell Huntington Hospital. Basic Watercolor Tuesdays April 5 - May 24 8 sessions 1030 a.m. -1 p.m. Instructor Lisa Walden Studio 2 180 Members 205 Non-Members In this class you will learn simple and basic techniques that will open your eyes to the magic of watercolor painting. Experimentation and practice will yield amazing and exciting results as your images emerge on paper. A supply list will be provided at the first class. Just bring yourself and some eager anticipation. Advanced Watercolor Wednesdays April 6 - May 25 8 sessions 10 a.m. -1 p.m. Instructor Lisa Walden Studio 2 180 Members 205 Non-Members Advanced watercolorists will have the opportunity to work in a creative environment with fellow artists. What a great opportunity to share ideas and explore new and innovative techniques. For Teens For Kids